"Regrets" is the ambient/experimental 2nd disc of AViD's 2008 2-LP set "Promises & Regrets". Live guitar, droning keyboards and studio production effects create an impressionistic soundscape worth exploring. Topic: ambient, experimental, soundscape,
Early 2009 EP by Mental Health Consumer (B. Ruskin), recorded over Thanksgiving 2008. This electro-IDM collection features five slightly unnerving tracks, from the analog bloops of "Four Oh Four" to the sinister dissonance-as-harmony of "Moody", and crunchy guitars and beats of "Chimera". With âDrawing While Fallingâ, Mental Health Consumer evokes an immediancy and late-autumn unrest that will hopefully inspire the listener. Topics: IDM, electro, techno, experimental, electronica
"Everyone's Looking, Nobody's Buying" is a bit of everything for everyone. Groove-heavy, with elements of techno, synth-rock, turn-table scratching, heavy breaks/bigbeat and even some ambient and jungle, ELNB finds AViD experimenting with genres and hooks to an extreme degree. It's all very eclectic, maybe a bit uneven and uncomfortable, but it'll definitely get you moving. Newly edited for 2008 (the original 2004 release had 4 extra tracks with uncleared samples), this record is now...
"Promises" is the electronic half of a 2-CD set by AViD. The album features electro, techno, unnerving acoustics and analog sounds, found sounds, and features an atmosphere of incipient change. Topic: Avid, electronica, experimental
"Extremophile" by AViD is an electonic album by AViD: advances in obsolete technology. Recorded during the first half of 2003, "Extremophile" finds producer Brian Ruskin layering loops and driving big beats over heavily distorted samples alternating with uneasy melodies and live guitar patterns. Certainly one of the heaviest AViD records, with intentional imbalances, it teeters just on the edge of control. Topic: Avid, electronica, big beat, techno
"Chiaroscuro" is AViD's late 2003 offering, inspired by the start of winter and long nights, alternatively warm and conforting as well as chilling and manic. Topic: electronic, ambient, techno, Avid, believe in billy records